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December 13, 2005

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Heather

My advice for what its worth is that underwear as a gift is only ok if you have been together less than 6 months - and if you are certain of her size. If it really MUST be underware - not intsy winsy knickers, unless she's Twiggy she won't thank you - and choose it together - you don't want her thinking you skulk around ladies langerie depts or Anne Summers on your own.

I think the Ample Busom business is great - good for Sally

dahowlett

There you go - there I was innocently thinking that this was a good idea and now I'm flamed for not doing the obvious. Doh. But what do you do if your missus is always complaining about poor fit and has at least 2 different siezes plus assorted cup arrangements? Come on fellas, help me out here!

Heather

I can't imagine a worse question to ask your significant other (especially if ample busom rather than La Senza is the destination) - if you really don't know her actual size - go look on the labels in her underwear drawer.

Browny points just waiting to be picked up!!!

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